This is how Lancashire looked in 1994

A selection of your photographs from days gone by.

Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 5:01 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 5:03 pm
Margaret Malcolm presents a special plaque to Thomas Stadler and Tracey Row of Brownedge St Mary's High School in Bamber Bridge, near Preston, with Phil Murray, Lyell Stott, Martin Walker, Pat Nagle and the Young Enterprise workers. The plaque was presented to reward their efforts during the Young Enterprise scheme

This week we are looking at 1994. Do you recognise yourself or anyone else in these pictures? Let us know. READ MORE: Stories that hit the headlines back in 1994

Year five youngsters at Kennington County Primary School in Fulwood took to the dance floor with their parents for a barn dance evening. Pictured: Rosana O'Sullivan, 11, accompanies the dancers on her guitar at the dance
These two were celebrating Burns Night in Preston town centre

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Brownies and guides from Preston got together to raise cash for Derian House children's hospice in Chorley. Susan Wasthome, 10 (left), and Katie Eccles (right), hand over the cheque to Bill Adams from Derian House
Forget breakdancing and rave music - these tiny tots are more into the swing of ballroom dancing at classes ran at Much Hoole village hall, near Preston. The classes are a dream come true for teacher Mrs Tracey Taylor
Eager children from all over Lancaster and Morecambe donned their play clothes and energetically painted to their heart's content. The day of creative fun at St Barnabas Hall, Morecambe, was organised by Morecambe's very own one-man-band Pete Moser
A Chorley netball team from Albany High School won four out of eight matches they played against other Chorley high schools in an annual competition for year seven pupils. The winning team, pictured, is Leanne Devlin, front left, Rachel Darbyshire, Sarah Jones and Vicky Blackburn, with back row, Helen Fairhurst, Denise Cartwright, Lisa Charnock and Nicola Sweeney
Three schoolgirls have revealed the secret of being a teenager - to a highly amused audience. The trio from Parklands High School, Chorley, scooped first prize with their tales in the public speaking competition. Pictured are Natalie Clemmitt, left, Kate Rogerson and Rebecca Brownedge with their award